You've been cleaning your Ugg Boot wrong – the 79p spray that makes them look brand new in seconds | The SunJanuary 28, 2023
AN UGG boot fan has revealed how she got her old pair looking brand new – and her secret is a 79p spray from B&M.
Phoebe Loveridge, who lives in Plymouth, took to Facebook to share her savvy hack – and people are now rushing to follow in her footsteps.
Posting in the Facebook group Hinch Army Cleaning Tips, Phoebe wrote: “From seeing the posts about cleaning UGG boots, I thought I would attempt to bring mine back to life. I am so happy with the result!
“They're super soft again and have held the shape like they're new again!”
She had used the Stardrops White Vinegar Spray, which shoppers can grab for 79p from B&M, or for £1.50 from Wilko.
She uploaded some striking before and after pictures of her boots – and people are claiming they look brand new.
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But how did she do it?
In the comments, Phoebe revealed that she started by stuffing each boot with newspaper to reshape them, and then sprayed white vinegar over the whole boot suede.
Next, she used a brush to go over the suede gently in strokes and light circles.
She then got a damp cloth and blotted the suede to remove any excess dirt and vinegar.
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Phoebe then left her Ugg boots to dry under the radiator, and then brushed them once again when they were no longer damp.
Her post clearly impressed other Ugg boot owners, racking up more than 1,500 likes.
Phoebe added: “Thank you for all the comments, they're definitely not photoshopped.
“They did smell like vinegar when they were wet but now they have dried, I can just about smell a hint of vinegar if I really put my nose on them, but I think even that will fade even more.
“Glad I can help others.”
One person raved: “I’m gonna try this myself.”
Another added: “Thank you so so much for this. I've been asking if anyone knows of anyone cleaning them professionally.”
A third commented: “I put mine in the washing machine. Then put them on the radiator to dry.
"Brushed with a nail brush gently then. They’re not as soft as they were but they’re clean and look grand!”
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